Thrifting, Vintage, & Antique Home Decor


His namesake firm, Brad Ramsey Interiors, was launched in 2013 and he has been kept busy building and reimagining homes and commercial spaces around the country ever since. The firm Studio DB created an eye-catching kitchen nook in this Manhattan apartment. Sliding porthole doors serve a practical purpose, helping to minimize cooking smells, while the cabinet fronts and walls are painted a soothing pale green. Designer Casey Kenyon created a cozy nook in this Manhattan apartment by encasing the sleeping area in glass-paned doors, allowing light to reach further into the space without sacrificing privacy. Designer Garrett Hunter balanced out the eye-catching lines of this dining set with a an oversized lantern, hand-painted by local Los Angeles artist Jeffrey Cheung. Oversized trim on the floor-to-ceiling window creates a modern grid pattern that mirrors the artwork, dramatic marble fireplace surround, and built-in shelves.

White Sands chose a candy pink door to complement black-and-white patterned floor tiles, blond wood frame posts, and a tall cactus on this inviting Venice Beach, CA porch. As much as house flippers push the all-white, blank-canvas look, we promise you can choose a monochromatic color scheme that’s more interesting. This beautiful blue den in a Kansas City home by Mark D. Sikes shows how you can use tonal colors to create depth. Make your living space feel bigger by adding in a wall of mirrors. James Design Group utilizes classic picture molding as frames for the mirrors, opening up the living room and bouncing light around.

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A full-length flax bed skirt in beige or natural along with lots of bed pillows dressed in a variety of pillow shams is a timeless country look that goes well with most interior styles. Add some rustic elements and a touch of greenery for a soothing, warm, relaxing, casual aesthetic. To find the home ideas that are about to be everywhere, we went straight to our favorite interior design pros. From navy paint and floral wallpaper to colored cabinets and free-standing tubs, these are the 2020 home decor trends that experts can’t wait to see. Whether you love trends or will typically go to great lengths to avoid them, there are bound to be a few ideas on our list that you’ll adore .


Be it a flowery needlepoint rug or a stencil used on walls, patterns like textures pick up the tempo of a room and support its theme. Less pattern in a room that’s meant for quiet like a bedroom, and exercise restraint when it comes to big, wild patterns. As beguiling as those patterns may seem now, they are the ones you’re most apt to tire of quickly. Leopard prints and bold plaid, in the right setting, look fantastic together.

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Take a peek under your staircase, and look for walls and corners that are completely empty. By maximizing these neglected spots, you can increase the efficiency of your home by a lot with very little effort. Mantels are an obvious place to store décor, and mirrors are a classic thing to place there. It can be hard to find a mirror that’s wide enough to suit your mantel.

  • Your living room is a place built for leisure time, from bonding with family to entertaining friends to relaxing and recharging on your own.
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  • They offer a diverse range of options; use them in their natural form or painted to inject a pop of color into your living space.
  • The spaces will feel more cohesive and less jarring as you move from one space to another.
  • Even in a tiny powder room, a small easy-to-launder throw rug (anchor it on a no-skid mat for safety) reverberates with style.

Floral wallpaper adds a splash of color to this otherwise neutral bathroom. Since the space is small, using wallpaper on only the top third of the wall keeps the space bright and draws the eye upward to visually expand the room. The greens and pinks in the wallpaper are muted enough to match any decorating style, but when paired with a vase of fresh pink flowers, it gives a distinctly springy feel to the bathroom. Adorn your walls with the grace of Chinese calligraphy to infuse your living spaces with artistic allure. Choose carefully crafted pieces featuring characters that convey meaning and embody the beauty of brushstroke artistry. The rhythmic flow of ink on paper not only adds a visual focal point but also introduces a sense of cultural elegance.